We meet together each week to worship God, learn about our faith and to find ways to serve the community of Bramingham Park
Details of current services, groups and our involvement in the community are set out below but other non-regular events can be found on News section or on the notice board outside the church.
Our main service is at 11.00am at the church
This involves worshipping God through a mix of songs, prayers, teaching and communion and then after the service a time for catching up over tea and coffee.
Generally we have all-age worship together as a church family. As we grow and subject to having sufficient helpers in keeping with our safeguarding procedures, we plan to provide age-related groups for our children and young people.
Here are some answers to some frequently asked questions:
WHAT SORT OF A CHURCH IS BRAMINGHAM PARK?
We aspire to be an inclusive, welcoming, caring, worshipping, Bible based Christian community in which the values and teachings of Jesus are lived, shared and celebrated.
WHERE IS BRAMINGHAM PARK CHURCH?
This is situated near to Sainsbury’s Superstore in Bramingham. Freeman Avenue, Luton, LU3 4BL
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
Casual dress is going to help you fit in with most others here.
ARE CHILDREN WELCOME?
Children are welcome to attend, although there is a creche facility this is unmanned as the parent/carer is responsible for looking after their own children.
IS THERE ADEQUATE PARKING?
A large car park by the church, currently free to park.
IS THERE DISABLED ACCESS AND FACILITIES?
Yes, the church has disabled access and other facilities. If in doubt, contact us
To supplement our Sunday Worship we encourage our people to meet together each week in small groups to study and pray
Some meet at the church, some in members homes. Some in the day, some in the evening. Some in person, some on-line. We try and remain flexible to meet the needs of our people and the busy lives we all live.
We are committed to reach out to people in Bramingham Park with the love of God in keeping with our mission and as our resources allow
We work closely with Bramingham Primary School to support them in meeting their statutory obligations by ocasionally leading assemblies and through teaching about Christianity as part of the national curriculum.
We facilitate a friendship group, Starlight, for the mature in years which meets at the church every other week on Tuesday afternoons.
The church premises are used by different groups - a health and fitness group each Monday evening, a Bridge Club each Thursday evening.